Rains, floods, and landslides in Kerala have killed 373 people since May 30, National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) said today.
Altogether 87 people were injured and 32 others went missing in the deluge which hit all the 14 districts of the southern state.
Over 54.11L people were affected in the massive floods of which 12.47L inmates have taken shelter in 5,645 relief camps.
Teams deployed by NDRF, Army, Navy, Coast Guard
The National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) has deployed 59 teams and 207 boats, the Army has deployed 23 teams and 104 boats, the Navy has deployed 94 teams for the rescue and relief operations.
The Navy has also deployed one medical team, nine helicopters, two fixed-wing aircraft, 94 boats, the Coast Guard has deployed 36 teams, 49 boats, two helicopters, 23 fixed-wing helicopters.
Water level of various dams in Kerala
The Air Force has deployed 22 helicopters, 23 fixed-wing aircraft while the Central Reserve Police Force has deployed 10 teams and the Border Security Force has deployed three company comprising 300 personnel.
The water level at the Mullaperiyar dam is at 140ft, Idukki dam is at 2402.18ft, Banasura Sagar dam is at 775.2m, Karapuzha dam is at 758.2m, Thenmala dam is at 114.80m.
Center declared the devastating floods a 'calamity of severe nature'
The Center has already declared the devastating floods in Kerala a "calamity of severe nature" as the state braced for the gigantic task of reconstruction of destroyed infrastructure and rehabilitation of lakhs of people rendered homeless.